Posts Tagged ‘composition’

Xavier Rudd - Orange Peel

What makes a great concert photo? 14 tips to music photography greatness.

I shoot a lot of gigs.  Over the past five years or so, I’ve shot hundreds and hundreds of them, if not more. In fact, in the past ten weeks alone, since launching my Front Row Focus publication, I’ve photographed three festivals, and about a dozen local concerts, totaling countless artists (okay, I could count [...]

fireworks

Shooting Fireworks with Ease: 15 Essential Steps

Are you ready to shoot some fireworks (with your camera) this Fourth of July? You might be thinking that’s it’s far too difficult, and attempts in past years have only led to blurry, under-exposed and un-inspiring images, but it doesn’t have to be this way!

Philadelphia Skyline & Traffic

Philadelphia & New York City Photo Tours

Do you live in the Northeast USA, or are planning a visit there for some time around the Thanksgiving holiday?

Marshall, North Carolina

What is your “photographic inventory” telling you?

If you’ve ever wondered why your photos aren’t turning out the way you wish they would, then perhaps it time for you to take inventory of your skills and techniques.  Here are a few essential things to ponder.  But, it’s one thing to identify what you need to work on.  It’s another thing to do [...]

Asheville - Carolina Lane

5 Ways to Improve Your Photography Skills Through Self-Assignments

If you ever feel frustrated with your photo results, or find yourself to be uninspired with your surroundings, why not liven things up with a self-assignment?

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